Beginning Monday, Sept. 8, new episodes will air at 10/9c weeknights, with rebroadcasts the following morning at 9/8c
Ellen DeGeneres is coming to SiriusXM starting on Monday, Sept. 8. Coinciding with the season premiere of “The Ellen DeGeneres Show,” the comedienne has inked a deal with the satellite radio service to offer audiocasts of her talk show over SiriusXM's airwaves.
Episodes will be broadcast on SiriusXM Stars (Channel 109), as well as through SiriusXM's Internet Radio app for smartphones, every weeknight at 10/9c. The audiocast will be of the same episode that broadcast on television in syndication that day across the nation. Episodes will also be rebroadcast the following morning at 9/8c.
As DeGeneres’ syndicated program airs on television at different times in different markets, SiriusXM will be the only destination that offers a set time for her show no matter where in the nation you happen to be.
“‘Ellen’ is the most popular nationally syndicated daytime talk show, and we know our listeners, whether they are in the car, at home or on the go, will love being able to tune into the daily show through satellite radio, and not miss a minute,” said Sirius XM's president and CCO Scott Greenstein.
The new season of “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” kicks off Monday, Sept. 8 with an exclusive interview with the new coaching panel on NBC's “The Voice.” DeGeneres will welcome Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, Gwen Stefani and Pharrell Williams. The week continues with appearances from Kim Kardashian, Nicki Minaj, Channing Tatum and Iggy Azalea.